The chronological history of humankind became an exciting stuff for the last few years. Finding the Motherland of Mankind through essential measurements: the mitochondrial DNA in all living humans back to prehistoric era, languages and cultures, archaeological artifacts, textual and geological evidence; and by avoiding historical distortions of religious and scriptural sources, pseudo-historical lore, informal stories of gods/goddesses, proverbs, songs, ritual hymn, cosmogony, or folktales in prose and poetry.
It will be opened when I finished the story.
There was a time in the dark past when our ancestors shared stories around the fire at night and sang songs about the adventures of legendary heroes. Their priests held sacrifices and prayed to the gods for plentiful harvests and good fortune in war. Myths about the gods and legends about heroes helped to inspire a common sense of honesty, loyalty, and bravery.
A detailed recording of history began in some parts of the world around three thousand years ago as the development of alphabetic writing allowed written words to flow as freely and with almost as much meaning and emotion as spoken words. The first significant works of literature began to appear in the emerging civilizations of Israel, Greece, Egypt, Babylon, Persia, and India.
Alphabetic writing gave innovative scribes an opportunity to rework the best of their old myths and legends and weave them together to form long and detailed national histories and other stories about the origins of humankind and our relationship to the gods.
The great responsibility that weighed upon these ancient scribes was to convince their people to have faith in universal ideas of right and wrong, and to develop in them a commitment to social justice, and a sense of duty to work towards the welfare and survival of the community.
The historical falsehoods which now circulate everywhere in our culture – from high literature to junk entertainment – are a fundamental implement in the tactical perpetuation of the social engineers’ claim on power. This is why we should understand that getting hold of an accurate historical perspective on the relations between where do we come from and why do we here should matter to us, and should matter a great deal, and this is why this story is built.
The reality is that our distant history is still an enormous riddle. We only know what we do from the gradual piecing together of the many enigmatic and confusing traces that have so far been recovered from around the world, but our true knowledge of ancient history still remains confusing, unknown, or fragmented at best. » Read more